please

— My college app essay (via wumbol0gist)

natari-pan:

sasstiel-has-arrived:

TODAY IN CLASS THIS CHICK WAS PASSING OUT A PACKET AND SHE JUST THREW MINE AT ME AND I SAID “Yo don’t fuckin throw that shit at me like I’m a stripper.” AND EVERYONE AROUND ME JUST STARED AT ME AND I REALIZED THAT ITS BC THATS THE FIRST THING IVE SAID IN CLASS SINCE I CAME TO THIS SCHOOL AND JFC

You’ll make so many new friends

  • me: *goes to bed*
  • me: *throws off blankets*
  • me: did i need a secondary source for that essay!?
  • What purpose is served by publicly finding fault with a volume that some author has worked very hard to produce, when there are many, many excellent books upon which to lavish praise?

    In a New York Times op-ed about BuzzFeed’s move into books, Bob Garfield considers the demise of the negative review.

    Though coming from a very different place, I recently wrote a similarly-spirited piece on the critic as celebrator for Harvard’s Nieman Reports. 

    (via explore-blog)